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HindustanTimes Sat,25 Oct 2014

How to keep a cool head in oppressing heat

Come summer and it is quite natural to get affected by the sun. Headaches, usually triggered by hormones (particularly with women) or stress, are often set off by the sun as well. Tips on tackling headaches.

Reading and sleeping are keys to keeping mentally fit: study

Seven hours of sleep a night and lots of reading. That seems to be the magic formula for keeping mentally alert into old age, according to the findings of a new study out of Spain.

Know your sunnies: choose ones that suit your face

It’s that time of the year again when you can strike your best Audrey Hepburn pose in cat-eye glasses or look effortlessly cool in a pair of Lennon sunnies. But can’t pick your pair of go-to sunglasses? We tell you how to make a stylish statement, based on the shape of your face.

5 simple ways to keep summer acne at bay

The onset of summer can be a nightmare for ­people with oily skin. Choose the right skin care products to protect your face from zits. Check out dos and don’ts to keep your skin healthy, glowing and blemish-free.

Healthy bites to help you fight acne

Since not all of us are blessed with a naturally flawless skin, here’s how to make a difference by indulging in these healthy bites that prevent acne.

Top 5 Shakespeare quotes that are common phrases

As we celebrate 450th birth anniversary of William Shakespeare, here's a list of top five quotes that have become a part of our daily parlance.

Lancet study: Prolonged messaging on your smartphone can cause 'WhatsAppitis'

Too much of instant messaging on smartphones can damage your health, says a doctor in Spain, who has diagnosed the problem as 'WhatsAppitis' and reported its symptoms and treatment in the latest issue of reputed medical journal, The Lancet.

After turbans, bindi in the centre of global fashion

After we told you about the turban making waves on the international fashion circuit, it’s the quintessential bindi that is making a retro Bollywood comeback on the global ramp, writes Medha Shri Dahiya.

I wanted to elope with Shammi Kapoor: Bina Ramani

The socialite has candidly written about her affair with Kapoor which “was doomed to die before it blossomed”, in her autobiography titled, Bird in a Banyan Tree — My Story.

Highway meals: Bollywood reminds us why it's so yummy

With Imtiaz Ali’s Alia Bhatt-Randeep Hooda ­starrer Highway bringing back the buzz about the big roads, we thought we’d turn the spotlight on some of the best dhabas on the national highways linking Delhi to ­various states and cities.
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